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, delaware, illinois, indiana, kentucky, kentucky, kentucky, ohio, ohio, ohio, michigan, missouri and tennessee. some have suggested that this program has been slow to spend emergency funding provided in the f.y. 2000 c.r. the loan process ought to be strenuous. one company originally applied in 2006 and received an a.t.v. loan in 2010 and required four years of due diligence and reviewed to qualify for the loan. republicans seem to be shoing an ultimate umh. expedite the review process. by the way, the company in question employed 400 employees before receiving the loan. today they have 1,400 employees in the field of engineering research and development, design, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance and service, sales and support. the program has an additional 18 loan applications in progress that are projected to create 50,000 to 60,000 more jobs in california, florida, illinois, indiana, louisiana, michigan, missouri and ohio. one pending application would support investments at 11 plants in illinois, indiana, michigan and ohio. the company employs over 56,000 workers having ad
presidential candidates. >> hey, this is just insane. shirtless man in indiana was just arrested for running on the highway with a samurai sword while yelling that he was cuckoo for co-co puffs. nbc invited him to take part in this night's republican debate. you'll fit right in, come on in, buddy. ford is building a new plant that will create 5,000 jobs, all in india. or as obama put it, you got to be freaking kidding me. this is -- built ford tough. really big movie news, arnold schwarzenegger has officially signed on to star in the "expendables ii" along with sylvester stallone. apparently there's a twist in the end where stallone is like, wait a minute, dad? >> on "jimmy" tonight, blue bloods actor tom sellick, and pearl jam. tonight at 12:35 a.m. >>> time for your "first look" at entertainment news, a hollywood heavyweight suffered a major scare yesterday while out for a run in santa monica, reece witherspoon was hospitalized after being hit by a car while jogging. fortunately the car was only moving about 20 miles per hour and witherspoon is now at home, resting. >>> elsewhere, the web
into indiana and illinois. that's along a cool front. it will be arriving here later this afternoon. but right now off to a mild start. we're in the low to mid-60s throughout much of the region. in montgomery, arlington, fairf fairfax, and prince george's county, it's in the low 60s now. upper 60s in washington. near 70 by the bay. away from the waters in the 60s. out of the mountains, it's near 60. sunrise 6:48. here's your "day planner." by 9:00 in the mid-70s with lots of sunshine. just a few high clouds drifting in by noontime. we'll be in the low 80s then. then during the afternoon hours, peaking in the low to mid-80s with increasing clouds. by 5:00 going mostly cloudy. a look at your evening planner. could get some rain. details on that at 5:11. danella, good morning. how's traffic? >> good morning. >>> we have a problem on the inner loop of the beltway. as you're making your way around to exit 3-b, you're going to see a car fire there. i have a van on fire. it's pulled over again inner loop of the beltway, indian head highway. if you're taking 95 in virginia, getting a little busy at fa
indiana five people were found dead. police are still investigating and haven't said whether or not they're looking for a shooter or whether the shooter is among the dead. >>> there's a lot or questions we have than answers right now. i think that's obvious. there's a lot of if's and's and but the's. >> neighbors say they are concerned about their save the. investigators plan to release more information as soon as the autopsies are completed. >>> all right. nice shot of the inner harbor there. we got a little bit of sun coming out late, late in the day. for the most part we're still overcast with a few sunny breaks here and there. 78 right now. humidity 74%. statewide it was tough to buy much sunshine. there were a few breaks of sun. just a little bit of late sunshine coming through. we'll take it, take any sun we can find. rockville, similar scenario. cloudy with late clearing. same deal down in washington. mostly evercast day bush, again, a little bit of late sunshine. maryland's most powerful radar staying clear. i think it will remain clear tonight, tomorrow, early on. we'll bring in
)in indiana, staff sarreant jesse fordyye... national guarddsoldier... popped he questioo to his girlfriend and fellow soldier... who was arriving home on leave.family and friends gathered for the as kelly osborn emerged attthe pop of the escalator... she found a huge sign... sking the question " will you marry me?" .. with a beamingg boyfriend. "i did say yes. (numerous times.) i think before he asked.""i'm shocked.""it's very, very excitingg sse's ffund a wonderfuu man and we're very excited.""they've given so much to our country and to all f us, we've all seen them go hrough so much wwen jesse was injured and everythinn and kelly is juss a great soldier too and i just couldn't be happier ffr both of them." them."fordyce is an iraq veteran and purple heart recippent... aad osborn is an afghanistan veteran.he's peaaing soon for more military datt to get maariid in the next six monthss 3 p3 ravens fans are wwking up... feeling like champs this morning!the purple and black ....attacked the steelers for season opener!nn.. during the ppener! the ravens were a ffrce to be reckoned with!t
the roll. mr. coats: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from indiana. senator coats mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the -- mr. coats: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the quorum be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. coats: we all heard the president speak to a joint session of congress last week about his proposal to bring forward a jobs bill that was released this morning, and the president indicated that he wanted to take his case to the people. and i'm glad he's doing so. i hope that as he travels about the country, i think he'll be hearing what many of us heard during the august recess when we were back at home as i traveled across the state of indiana and talked to people from all different categories of work engagement, small to medium to large businesses, homeowners, other constituents. one thing came through loud and clear, and that was i needed to listen to them more than they needed to listen to me. what was on their mind i hope is what the president will be hearing as he travels across the countr
and in southern ohio, indiana, a few showers. a little bit of thunder and that's ahead of a front that is approaching us by the evening and into tomorrow. right now the temperatures have climbed to 80 degrees throughout most of the region. it's at 78 at reagan national. sunshine and for the afternoon we have clouds drifting over and quite a bit of sunshine a warm day feeling again like summertime. mid- and upper 80s. and then this evening our sunset will be at 7:18 and a possibility of a few passing showers and thundershowers from time to time during the evening. 80 in early evening and then low 70s by late evening. a look at big changes on the way as we get into friday and the weekend. we'll look at that and into next week. that is in a couple of minutes. an astonishing satellite image to show you of the chesapeake bay. we'll show you that coming up. barbara? >> thank you, tom. >>> well, today the flood damaged ramp that connects the fairfax county parkway will be reopened. according to the washington post, it will be reopened in time for the afternoon rush hour. it was damaged l
into and out of senator mcconnell's home city of louisville over the ohio river to southern indiana. the sherman minton bridge was closed on friday are suddenly with no warning when be ran inspection found a very important crack in a very important load-bearing part of the bridge. president obama's american jobs act that he has been stumping for around the country woo, if it passed, fast-track about 700 million bucks to indiana and about 500 million bucks to kentucky right away, specifically to do stuff like fixing broken bridges. but kentucky senator, top senate republican mitch mcconnell, has denounced the american jobs act as not serious. his mitch mcconnell plan for dealing with more than one in three kentucky bridges needing to be replaced is apparently so serious it he's keeping it secret. in the face of rather monstrous traffic and detour adversity, like what is being faced in southern indiana and in kentucky right now, in the face of that kind of adversity, americans innovate. that means a brand new every 45 minutes $1 ferry service across the ohio river that did it not exis
into the general fund. indiana, toll road. great success? i don't know. ask the people in indiana who use the money now. where did that money go? into the toll road? no. went into other transportation projects in the state. in indiana, tolls are going through the roof. you ask the users out there and it is a different story. maybe it goes back to the issue that if the money is dedicated into the infrastructure, that works. if it is bled off for other purposes, good government purposes, that is another story. user financed, user paid system. >> i wrote about this earlier this year for "national journal." one of the things i believe is from your staff that we were talking about that the real problem in public/private partnerships can be that you have big investors dealing in with local governments and they are very sophisticated. what mr. mica is trying to do on his staff is coming up with ways to equalize that balance a little bit and the other point i would make is the only -- only 24 states and the district of columbia have used public/ private partnerships. we still have -- it works in some place
with pigs the other had indirect contact. a pennsylvania girl had direct contact in a fair and in indiana boy did not but his care taker did. the cdc says the new strain is a hybrid of viruses that infected pigs over the last decade. both children have recovered that, is the good news. the viruses was resistance to older flu medicine buzz not to tamiflu. there is a new flu shot that could help take way some people's fear of the needle. the new shot uses a skin prick instead of inch long needle, hitting the market in the fall but is not an option for children, only for 18-64 year olds. and it has been found to provide as much protection as muscle shoots shoths but may cause more skin reactions, redness, swelling and itching. but no big needle. that is the selling point. >> and football season starts this coming weekend. maybe you want a new big screen television? but is now the time to buy? michael finney is here with advice on that. >> and looking to buy a big screen? well norkt so fast. there is deal news.com says buy next month. and is the site tracking pricing. the folks there say last
, they're coming in through st. louis right across interstate 70 into southern indiana around terre haute. here, high pressure is in control and will be today. other than the isolated shower. we'll watch the front tomorrow. that gets closer to us with a few showers around at times, maybe an isolated rumble of thunder. much cooler air heads this way. today, 88. stray thunderstorm, can't be ruled out. tonight, partly to mostly cloudy. tomorrow, 77. winds will turn to the north tomorrow. be a little breezy. friday, a cool day. only near 70. a beautiful weekend saturday around 70. sunday, 74 and monday still looking good, temps in the middle 70s. it is 6:18. time for the timesaver traffic. monika is out today. we have information for you. green light, no serious incidents or accidents working at the moment. but let's go over to your maryland roads. we'll start out with the overview and take you inside the beltway there into prince george's county. see lots of good traffic flow there. no serious delays here. near route 5 and branch avenue right there in the clinton area. we'll zoom into i-95 a
retired from the ft. wayne indiana fire department. that's fitting. ten years ago he spend days on thes re0 of buildings, recovering the remains of aircraft passengers. >> a hand with a wedding ring is a lot more than other people get. >> i don't want to be in new york city on 9/11. >> because? >> because it's too much. >> reporter: we have been following anita for ten years, since the dale she moved out of an apartment overlooking ground zero. >> i heard the is no and looked out the window and saw the trail of the airplane hitting and saw fire. >> now anita lives in brooklyn. >> a bit saferrish. >> like mean survivors, anita is reconciling the bits and pieces of that fateful day. in her case, by being an artist and sculptor. >> kept thinking there was something larger than just our own sense of victimization in new york city. >> reporter: so the public art she installed a few blocks from ground zero, comparing new york city with the first bombings of civilians in spain, an event enemy memorialized. >> when people are remembering that day, i feel it's important to recognize it in a larger
, and the rest of them. host: we will leave it there. ron paul coming up again on twitter this morning. indiana. tom, good morning de caller: good morning. host: what do you think about the field? caller: i like herman cain. because i watched him on tv last week and he mentioned something i don't think a lot of people know -- the government is raiding social security to pay for a lot of other programs. and if they stayed out of that, social security would never go broke. and i would like to see a republican -- herman cain, ron paul, are anybody say, let's get out of the wars within one month or two months and stop wasting our money over there because it is not appreciated. i don't like ron paul's -- watching the debate, the last one, where he says get rid of minimum-wage. it would not create more jobs for poor people. what does he want them working for? $2 an hour? is that how we are going to compete with china? another thing, i don't see anybody in my party going after china on how they are cheating us all the time. they are stealing everything. host: mr. cain getting a lot of activity on twit
virginia plays at indiana. dobbs graduated so chris proctor takes over as quarterback. navy needs five yards. proctor wants more. keeps it himself. great blocks here. check it out. cuts it back. depose 75 yards for the touchdown. proctor ran for 176 yards. four tds, three rushing, one passing. later in the first, same score on the option. proctor pitches to santiago. and the hawaii tphaefb says aloha. 40-17. minutes visit western kentucky next week. yesterday james madison loses its opener, 42-10. talking baseball now. starting pitcher tommy malone made his major league debut. and the kid from southern california made history. malone and the nats taking on the mets. malone's first major league strikeout. bottom of the inning. malone, two on. first pitch from dilan g. deep to right. into the bull pen for his first home run. nats take a 5-0 lead. the 18th pitch tore homer in his first career at-bat and ate to do it on the pitch. malone gets the curtain call. on the bump he goes 4 1/3 giving up six hits, four runs. what a night for tommy malone. nats down one. zimmerman up with bases load
away over southern indiana, western kentucky. we're on the eastern side of it. it continues to tap moisture. we're still dealing with the runoff from yesterday's heavy rains. all these areas in green still have creeks and streams out of their banks, and there's high standing water in southern maryland and prince george's county and prince william and fairfax and southern loudoun county into montgomery and frederick county. right now the radar is showing some scattered light to moderate showers in montgomery county, southern fairfax, into prince george's county and western parts of charles county and southeastern prince william. those areas in yellow, it's coming down a little bit harder. some moderate rain there in western charles county and southeastern prince william county. there's one moderate shower as well in central montgomery county. they're all advancing off to the northwest out of the southeast. first light of day showing up. our sunrise is about 15 minutes away. we'll have a passing shower this morning. perhaps a heavy downpour. then maybe a little sun breaking out after
're from louisiana, california, indiana, illinois. every year you keep seeing more t-shirts for more locations. after katrina we just jumped on his bandwagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> it's a big dysfunctional family reunion of all the disaster survivors who get together and do a barn raising. >> those relationships help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> for more information go to cnnheroes.com. that's all for us tonight. . >>> good saturday morning. three people are believed to be part of a possible terror plot against the u.s. plan to coincide with the 9/11 ceremonies. two of the three people are american citizens. we will give you the latest on the possible terror threat. >>> listen to the week the firefighters have had in texas. they responded close to 200 wildfires since sunday. president obama declaring an emergency there as homes continue to burn. >>> and today, nasa is he
of the model in indiana leasing a state highway? you think higher user fees are an efficient way of finding expansion or maintenance of roads? >> separating roads from public transportation is an important first step in giving more transparency and honesty in government accounting. that is helpful. i am an advocate of phasing out most, if not all, of the federal gasoline tax and allowing tax to take -- states to take those resources. when they see the guy doing -- syphon off to subways and to bypass and what not. they do not know what they can believe with the dollar that was supposed to go to roads. the extent you can turn those cards face up and say this is what we're spending on roads, this is what we are spending on public transit on the subway system, here is what we're doing. not in your neighborhood. transparent is very helpful. step one. >> the highway, and direct user fees more economically efficient to fund construction or maintenance. >> leasing in indiana made sense. i know there was an effort to pennsylvania. that would have made sense. you could have had $20 billion without of
and author of "the take." msnbc karen finny. and pete c. visiting from indiana a former spokesman for president bush and communications director for the indiana republican party. welcome, all of you. dan, i'm going to start with you because you write about this september to remember issue. some of us think it's the august that drived the september to remember for president obama. you interviewed david plouffe who clearly felt the need he had to get out there with some sort of answer for the understand the very perilous situation we're in, but we think we have a pathway forward, but we don't have much margin for error. david plouffe argued, anything like president george w. bush's situation in 2005, the public has not at all tuned him out. i completely reject the comparison to bush. i'll tell you, not a lot of confidence to say we don't have a margin for error. >> no. but i think they're being very realistic. i think they felt they had to be very realistic at this point. they're getting so much criticism. the idea they may be kind of bunkered there, i think they had to say to peopl
months since the indiana university student disappeared. we're going to find out what her parents are saying? >> and up next, up in the air. a man in a plane gets a bird's-eye view of his house being burglarized. we'll talk live with him and his friend who watched the crime unfold. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on p of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel. i'm surprised how quickly my symptoms have been managed. [ male announcer ] because enbrel suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, and nervous system and blood disorders have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. don't start enbrel if you have an infection like the
air causing showers across northern indiana. a lot will pass to the north, but as the frontal boundary comes through tonight into early saturday, there may be a brief shower with it. behind it, turning significantly cooler, and yes, it will be drier. dry air tonight, and probably fog free. a couple of spots because of so much moisture on the ground. if the skies are totally clear tonight with no wind, there could be patchy fog. the front coming through, and the much cooler air, and breezy. moderate showers with a few sprinkles or showers north and west of the city. some of the higher elevations, the highlands and the mountains of western pennsylvania and into west virginia, they may see their first snow flakes friday night and saturday, believe it or not. yes, it's almost that time. a quake look at the -- a quick look at the hurricane headed to the east of bermuda. by saturday or sunday they could get wind or rain out of it. it's just up to a minimal hurricane. it died, and now it has come back, and now it's still out there. west winds here at 5 to 10 knots. tonight, clear skies, for t
cases have been reported in texas, oklahoma, nebraska, and indiana. kant loc cantaloupes south of denver are suspected but not yet reordered. >>> an 8-year-old awe 'tissic boy is hospitaled in california but in good condition after lost in a mountain forest. joshua rob was found tuesday in the san bernardino mountains. he wandered away from an elementary school on monday and was found about a mile away. >>> a new york woman is facing charges involving a fist fight between her 12-year-old daughter and another child. the fight was captured on video on sunday and ended up on youtube. the mother, daphne melon, was reportedly goating her doubt to fight over what she says is a case of cyberbullying. police say she got into the fight herself attacking another 12-year-old girl allegedly. >>> a woman removed from sunday's airplane on sunday's 9/11 says she was singled out because of her appearance. she is one of three people removed from a frontier airlines plane sunday in detroit. she was strip-searched and says she is half arab and half jewish she was targeted because of her middle eastern appe
driver. they are investigating the incident. >>> do you have an evil twin? an indiana woman says she did when she got busted for welfare fraud. authorities say that woman received more than 15,000 dollars from services from a fund that helps low income women with affordable day care. but authorities say she actually worked for the state and made more than $16 an hour. when she got caught she says this, get this, she says her evil twin sister actually did all this and stole her identity. problem is that she doesn't have a twin. she is facing fraud charges tonight. >>> actually i saw some stars and a little moon tonight and all that stuff. it was kind of neat. saw your evil twin. >> yeah looked better under a clear sky. my opinion rosie after this week. hey, man, tomorrow looks not too bad for saturday. the few scattered showers in the afternoon. some sun early in the day with any luck and humid all week. chance for few more showers going towards ravens game day sunday. but, optimistcally we will be drying out. >> sown good. we will be back after this. -- sounds good. we will be back after
. >>> a new strain of swine flu has shown up in two children in pennsylvania and indiana. the virus includes a gene from the h1n1 strain. the centers for disease control and prevention say there's no sign the virus has spread beyond those two children. >>> with flu season approaching, doctors say most children need to get another flu shot. the american academy of pediatrics reports that immunity drops as much as 50%, six to 12 months after vaccinations. the group says everyone six months and older should receive a flu shot. >>> and yoga may be beneficial for diabetes. a small study published in journal diabetes care suggests light yoga may help people with type two diabetes lose weight and control blood sugar levels. while yoga should not replace other more vigorous forms of exercise, it a should be added to the mix. >> before we head to break, time for a look at the question of the morning. >> what do you think? add your guess to our facebook page. we'll read your comments which i imagine will be quite fun. >> whatever. >> the answer to the survey coming up in a little bit. if you've got pa
. indiana, kevin on our line for independents. go ahead. caller: my name is kevin and i'm 17 years old. and i'm not really educated as much as other people are on the programming. but one thing i do know, that the constitution it was ratified in 1789 to provide a framework for the governing nation composed of 13 separate sovereign states. and now there's over 50 states and so many laws have changed that it's just, i think it's so easy to mask things. like with oil, anything. you can mask it with paperwork. host: even as a 17-year-old there in indiana talk to us about how the significance of the constitution in your daily life. caller: well, i like the second amendment, because i like to hunt and i do believe in the right to bear arms. and another thing is that i'm an independent contractor so i pretty much, i want to be my own business owner and i love the fact that i can do that in the united states. that's honestly, i love the freedoms that we have here. i just think that a lot of the things in the constitution are masked. i don't know. host: thanks for your call. in this morning's n
. there is some ran out to our east moving through parts of western pennsylvania into ohio and even indiana, maybe a few sprinkles in parts of the chicago area but this isn't going to amount to it too much. this is what our computer is suggesting. nothing of any consequence. tomorrow will be a beautiful day sunshine. our computer models are not generating much more than an occasional shower for any place in chicago most of the area should be dry. com winds expected. here is our forecast now appeared for tonight we're looking at skies with a few clouds but nothing too impressive. tomorrow will be like we were today morning fog possible. tomorrow night mostly clear low temperature 55-63 and on monday morning sun, afternoon clouds and a slight chance of an evening shower. 79-84 degree highs. look what happens by tuesday, may be a shower that could come in the morning. there could be a clap of thunder with that but beyond that temperatures crash. maybe low 60s on thursday. that is a fairly impressive job of cold air that the canadians will send us. >> football weather. tonight's local lottery drawin
a separate mass transit funds? and then on model in indiana leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think higher direct user fees are more economically direct and efficient way of funding either expansion are maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separate out roads from public transportation, that is an important fur step in getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in government accounting. i think that is very hopeful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them. if a hard time telling people that you spend the money on the road when you see the guy davis- bacon, siphoning off the subways and to bypass and what not, and they do not know what they can believe and the dollar that they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent that you can turn the cards face up and say this is what we're going to spend on roads and what we're going to spend on public transit and station will never visit, and here is what you're doing. >> let me say. >> not in your neighborhood. going honest
guarantees have created or maintained 39,000 jobs in california, delaware, illinois, indiana, kentucky, kentucky, kentucky, ohio, ohio, ohio, michigan, missouri and tennessee. some have suggested that this program has been slow to spend emergency funding provided in the f.y. 2000 c.r. the loan process ought to be strenuous. one company originally applied in 2006 and received an a.t.v. loan in 2010 and required four years of due diligence and reviewed to qualify for the loan. republicans seem to be shoing an ultimate umh. expedite the review process. by the way, the company in question employed 400 employees before receiving the loan. today they have 1,400 employees in the field of engineering research and development, design, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance and service, sales and support. the program has an additional 18 loan applications in progress that are projected to create 50,000 to 60,000 more jobs in california, florida, illinois, indiana, louisiana, michigan, missouri and ohio. one pending application would support investments at 11 plants in illinois, indiana, michigan a
indiana is waiting here. but just a few minutes to speak to it, if i may. the senator from texas has introduced an amendment that really takes an unprecedented step here in the senate, and that is the step of actually requiring the president by mandate with respect to one weapons system, one singular amendment to sell a specific weapon to another country. specifically, the senator wants to take the unprecedented step of requiring the president of the united states to sell 66 new f-16 fighter aircraft to taiwan. now, the amendment mandates the sale of these new aircraft despite the fact that just yesterday, the president and the administration notified the congress of their intention to provide taiwan with nearly nearly $6 billion additional in goods and services on top of money that they have already provided to taiwan, including, mr. president, upgrades to taiwan's current fleet of 145 f-16's. now, i will stand by my record of 26-plus years here of voting for the appropriate defense relationship with respect to taiwan and china, and we have always respected the taiwan relations act,
h caused destruction in states like texas and kentucky, tennessee and indiana. and it's what we have to do again. the house republicans failed tod provide funding. farmers, economic development, long-term support for local communities to rebuild. that's what you do when you havo a crisis or an accident. and there can't be any debate about the help that's required in many all 50 states.up it requires bipartisan support because you can't get it doneth with only one party.. every state has experienced the disaster in recent years, and this year alone federal disasters have been declared in 48 states. fema's working in every one of those states to help communities rebuild and recover.and if they have the resources. if they don't, they won't be on the job. and people will continue tothe suffer.eopl so if house republicans get t their way, every state is on the verge of disaster. incredibly, the house proposale pays for disaster relief by taking money from advanced technological development that'll help our automobile industry, for instance, and create jobs. job here in the senate we've go
in this morning. from lagrange, indiana. tim on the independent line. what did you think of the proposal? caller: actually, he had a lot of good points. listening to everybody this morning, it kind of points out the problem. either to the left or to the right. we need to come together. there is a place, a role for the federal government. we are the united states. it was proposals from the federal government that built the great bands like the hoover dam under eisenhower, a republican -- the great dams. the federal highway system, we pay for that with a small tax on gas. there is a place. we need to put teachers back to work. everybody knows that states cannot independently print money. it has to come from the federal government. that is what makes us the united states of america. everything that is going on -- i had a son who works in construction, building houses. he is unemployed. i had a daughter who is disabled, with down syndrome, so medicare and social security affects me. my parents are retired. all of this affects me. we have to come together as a country and do something. the private se
monitoring a new strain of the swine flu. two children in pennsylvania and indiana became infected after direct contact with pigs. both kids already recovered. the virus includes a gene from the 2009 pandemic strain which could make it spread more easily. so far the two children are the only ones to come down with the virus. i'm marianne rafferty. now, back to our special fox news reporting "freedom rising." you're watching the most powerful name in news -- fox news channel. ♪ ♪ >>> there will be a lot to see at the 9/11 memorial and museum. there will also be a lot to here. the daughter ray fors interviewed hundreds who with it -- the curators interviewed hundreds who witnessed, survived and lost loved ones. it is called the listening station. >> when we started the oral history program in 2006 we didn't know whether it would be easy to convince family members to record, people's responses have been across the board. >> amy weinstein the curator and oral historian. she and the team have the difficult task of recording interviews with families and friends of almost all 3,000 people k
's not as rich as it was, with moisture earlier in the week. still showers over indiana. most of that is going to pass to the north. but the actual front gets in here. we'll have a risk of a shower or thundershower. and maybe even on friday, before things begin to finally get cooler and dryer. friday night, new air mass moves in saturday. a lot cooler. maybe only in the upper 50s. but it's going to be breezy, as that low is going to be up to the north. watch out for that. it's going to be a pretty cool one this weekend. southeast winds, 5 to 10 knots on the bay tomorrow. and the bay temps in the upper 60s. tonight, a shower or even a thundershower is possible. 64 by morning. so a little cooler than the last couple of nights. tomorrow, 77. a little cooler than today. under partly sunny skies. and a chance for a shower or perhaps thundershower, again tomorrow. sometime during the day. or even the early afternoon hours. >> yikes. >>> okay. thank you, bob. stir still to come on eyewitness news tonight. >>> >>> another deadly fire rips through baltimore city. i'm weijia jiang, with the heartbreakin
see some of the high clouds coming in now. showers well to the west in ohio and into indiana, michigan and down to texas, actually. we'll look at that in a moment. a lot of moisture that wants to kind of move toward us. mid-50s in gaithersburg. 40s in oakland. 60 down in richmond. locally, we've got 56 from lovettsville, haymarket is 58. laytonsville to laurel at 55 degrees. springfield to alexandria is 60. andrews, 50. even in prince frederick this morning, a report of 60 degrees. a little bit will do. dew point 54 degrees. we're looking good windwise east-northeast at 7. the chill toward friday, if you remember the weekend, we're talking about 20s in wisconsin. now they're in the 50s. detroit and chicago in the low to mid-40s. now they're in the low to mid- 60s. the chill is in northern maine. we won't have any of the really cool nights. looking at lots of 60s as the cloud and moisture increase. this goes down to texas. all of the showers, mississippi valley, up through the great lakes, they're all moving east and the flow of moisture is moving east. this is not a situation like le
in indiana and three in pennsylvania. they had visited the same agricultural fair. two of the children had direct or indirect contact with pigs. the new flu strain is a hybrid of viruses that previously infected pigs and the hdpe strain that caused the swipe flow pandemic in 2009. it doesn't appear to be easily spread from person-to-person but this year's vaccine doesn't protect against the new strain of flu. the centers of disease control are not warning people to stay away from fairs and petting zoos but the pennsylvania department of health is doing surveillance and testing. the same message is the same: wash your hands, cover your cough and sneeze and stay home if you have flu-like symptoms. >>> deadly wild fires ripping through texas, families forced toes are vaciate from the thousands of acres evacuated in the meantime and today's weather is a mess on the road. sue's got another look at the forecast next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] coca-cola glasses are at mcdonald's. one free with every large extra value meal... like the one-of-a-kind big mac. the simple joy of seeing thin
and back into southern indiana. watch the line of showers here wednesday afternoon. especially north and west of town by 6:00, ahead of that front. then that front is going to sort of slide through here wednesday night, thursday morning. behind the front, we've got showers and some of these could be with us during the day on thursday. but we'll be a lot cooler by then. we're not talking about 80s by then. we're talking about lots of 70s. maria, a storm with 50-mile- per-hour winds is up here with the big pieces of the storm. for maria, it will run the chute between bermuda and north carolina. later on in the week, if you're going to the beach this weekend, watch out for the waves and riptides. tonight, 60s. 87 tomorrow. tomorrow, see a chance for a few thunderstorms especially north and west of town. by thursday, a few more clouds. cooler, maybe a shower or two. 76. friday, a lot cooler. we're going to struggle to get to 70 on friday. may stay only in the 60s. saturday, sunny and 72. sunday, sunny and 75. monday, perhaps a shower returns. temperature high, 78. monika? >> turning out
, california, indiana and illinois. every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina we jumped on his bandwagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> this big dysfunctional reunion of all these disaster survivors to do a barn raising. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate in that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this and, you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> jeff's group has also restored an american flag from ground zero now known as the national 9/11 flag. to find out more about jeff's work or make a donation, you can go to cnnheroes.com. join the conversation at cnn heroes facebook and twitter pages. >>> turning back to politics in a moment. michele bachmann was one of the first to come out publicly against president obama's jobs plan. some say her criticism wasn't so much about substance as it was about trying to reenergize her own campaign. >>> lenny and maria, our friends are with me now. lenny, i hope you can match her fiery spirit. she's already spouting off on twitter
sucking up when i say that. i like to think of myself as the indiana jones of libraries on the do the decimal system looking for interesting books. the duodecimal system created by the way by melville dewey, who was a rabid anti-semite. in fact i love it so much that give me a choice between a night with cade blanch at or a night locked away in the library of congress and i would take the night with blanchett in a heartbeat but i do love libraries. [laughter] i do love libraries. i thought i would talk a little bit about this book of mine, in the garden of beasts, and what came about. i'm a little alarmed that within the publishing company, crounse, a publishing company, within the company people -- i guess they are inherently lazy. they call the book almost now exclusively by its acronym which is itbog which sounds a little bit to me like something a cat coughed up. i realize if you say itgob you sound just like the girl possessed in the exorcist. [laughter] at first glance this may not seem like my kind of book necessarily. here it is. this book is set in 1933, 34 in nazi german
you, mr. chairman. at this time i yield three minutes to the gentleman from indiana, dr. brew chard. the chair: the gentleman from indiana is recognized for three minutes. mr. bucshon: first let me thank representative hunter and chairman kleine and ranking member miller and others for their hard work and leadership on this legislation. i rise today as a co-sponsor of h.r. 2218, the empowering patients through quality charter schools act. where american education was once a world leader over the past few decades we are losing our advantage. the empowering patients to quality charter schools act will facilitate the development and replication of high performing charter schools that will help america regain its stature as a leader in educating its citizens. charter schools are created through a contract of local education providers that allow flexibility and innovation in educating our children while maintaining the same requirements and accountability of traditional public schools. charter schools are able to bring innovation and special programming into the curriculum that is unique
cavaliers are out in indiana playing on the hoosiers. 70 degrees there, rain also likely for their game. virginia tech on the road, taking on east carolina pirates. 86 there. should be a dry game. the stevenson university mustangs playing host to the captains of charleston hfr-no. i forgot the othether name. my bad. and navy on the road in bowling green maying the help toppers of western kentucky, 74. hour and morehouse, 84 degrees. that's christopher new port taking on stevenson. how could i forget? >> howard university, i expect them on come up big. >> let's hope. i'm pulling for the home team. >>> thanks, chuck. the redskins will be without one of their key defensive weapons to their season opener. >> that's right, hakem dermish has the details in this morning's sports minute. >>> good morning, everyone. your sports begins with football. safety laron landry is out for the opener against the giants with a hamstring injury. the redskins could also be without several other playmakers, tight end chris cooley and kick returner brandon banks are among five players listed as questionable. t
for your dinner table. we're on patrol with the indiana state police. >> we'll pull over this truck right over here. >> yes. >> reporter: no radar gun. instead, sergeant rich kelly is armed with a food thermometer. checking delivery trucks for unsafe temperatures that can turn the food bad before it even hits store shelves. >> all air hauling today is dry goods, rice? >> reporter: but when police climb into this truck, a surprise. fish products. >> this is to be refrigerated. it's 60 degrees right now. i wouldn't consider that refrigerated. >> reporter: how could it be? this truck doesn't even have a refrigeration machine. what did you think to yourself when you got a 60-degree reading on that refrigerated food? >> not good. somebody is going to end up eating it if we don't get it stopped and checked. >> reporter: the trucking company declined to comment and that was just our first stop. how big is this problem? >> i would say it's huge. >> reporter: soon we find another hot truck. >> the refrigerator unit is not working. >> reporter: carrying raw chicken wings, sausages, oysters, and des
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